Miami police officers brought gifts to a three-year-old assault victim Friday. (Photo: Miami PD/Facebook) -

Miami police officers brought gifts to a three-year-old assault victim Friday. (Photo: Miami PD/Facebook)

A toddler in South Florida who was assaulted earlier this month was greeted by officers Friday who brought him gifts and gave him a tour of their police cruiser.

The 3-year-old boy was struck by a man at a Walgreens drugstore in Miami on Dec. 13, WSVN-TV reported.

Surveillance video showed a man, later identified as Marvin Green, hit the child in the head, according to the television station. Green was arrested Friday and is facing charges of child abuse, grand theft, firearms violation, criminal mischief and resisting an officer without violence, according to Miami-Dade County online booking records.

On Friday, Miami police visited and brought gifts for the boy and his family, Cox Media reports.

“The video is very disturbing to watch. Right now, we have no idea why he would commit such a vicious act to a baby boy who is completely innocent,” Miami Police Department spokesperson Kiara Delva told reporters. “This 3-year-old baby boy did not deserve this.”

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